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    Figure 8: Landing AI's LandingEdge. (Photo courtesy of Landing AI.)
    Imaging Boards and Software

    Deploying Deep Learning/AI

    July 19, 2022
    More solutions employ deep learning/AI, and as they do, applications for vision/imaging extend farther and farther away from the factory floor.
    Couresty of IDS
    During an early step in the textile manufacturing process, an autonomously driving vehicle with robotic arm loads bobbins.

    Robotic System Loads Bobbins in Textile Manufacturing Process

    June 16, 2022
    Autonomously driving robotic system includes a vehicle, robotic arm, 3D stereo camera system, PLC, and software.
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    Factory Automation

    Introduction to Motion Control for Vision Professionals, Part 3

    June 14, 2022
    This article demonstrates how knowledge from Parts 1 and 2 can be applied to optimize the design of real-world vision systems.
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    Factory Automation

    Vision Systems Design Names 2022 Innovators Awards Honorees

    June 6, 2022
    The results are in. Once again, entries for the Vision Systems Design Innovators Awards program did not disappoint.
    Courtesy of Pleora Technologies
    Dairy Distillery produces vodka and cream liquor from milk permeate.
    Consumer Packaged Goods

    Distillery Tests Vision System to Improve Manual Processes

    June 1, 2022
    Turnkey vision system designed to help employees apply labels to bottles and inspect products.

    More content from Volume 27, Issue 4

    University of Tokyo
    Photo courtesy of the University of Tokyo.

    High-Speed Vision System Used for Human-Robot Collaborative System

    May 27, 2022
    The project had two goals: to develop and evaluate a real-time human-robot collaborative (HRC) system and to achieve concrete tasks such as collaborative peg-in-hole using the...
    Courtesy of Ancient Art Archive
    Photo by Alan Cressler shows Stephen Alvarez photographing ancient drawings in a cave in Alabama.

    Researchers Discover Ancient Drawings in a Cave Using Photogrammetry

    May 26, 2022
    The researchers produced a high-resolution topographic 3D record of the very faint drawings, including images that were invisible during their in-person visits to the site.
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    Consumer Packaged Goods

    Deep Learning at the Edge Simplifies Package Inspection

    May 26, 2022
    Variations in consumer-packaged goods (CPG) challenge machine vision inspection but applying deep learning at the edge makes improving process control and product quality easier...
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    On Vision: Cutting Vision’s Cord

    May 26, 2022
    Free from cables, vision may break into all kinds of new applications.
    Courtesy of Illinois Institute of Technology
    Scans of tumors using fluorescent molecules that preferentially bind to cancer. Drawn boundaries mark regions of interest defined by surgeons, and the locations indicated mark spots where cancer is closest to the surface
    Life Sciences

    Imaging Technique Helps Surgeons Remove Cancerous Cells

    May 10, 2022
    Fluorescent imaging method uses images taken at multiple apertures to detect small groups of cancerous cells or those deep inside a tumor.